|Shamardal Sireline on Tap at Swettenham|
Stud has tapped into the all-conquering Shamardal sireline with its exciting
new signing Puissance De Lune (IRE).
|Able Friend Does it Again! |
Australia's Champion Miler, Able Friend recorded his sixth straight stakes victory when taking out the Group 1 Hong Kong Champions Mile on Sunday, flowing on from the international success of fellow Inglis graduate The Conglomerate at Group 2 level in South Africa on Saturday.
|Shamardal's Delectation Breaks Through|
Talented three-year-old gelding Delectation has tested the
patience of his supporters several times in his short career but he was on his
best behavior in Saturday's $500,000 Group II Arrowfield 3yo Sprint (1200m) at Randwick.
|Birthday Card Stakes to Shamalia|
Dato Tan Chin Nam enjoyed great success with Shamardal's Group 1 VRC Oaks and Group 1 Vinery Stud Stakes winner Faint Perfume and his familiar black and white check with yellow sleeves were carried to victory by another high-class daughter of Shamardal (USA), Shamalia, in Saturday's Group III TAB Birthday Card Stakes (1200m) at Rosehill Gardens.
|Joyful Journey Takes Another Step|
Stud bred Joyful Journey, a lightly raced well-bred filly entered for the Group
I ATC Australian Oaks, posted her first win in town at Warwick Farm on Thursday
after breaking her maiden in good style last start at Hawkesbury.
|Another Feature Win for Able Friend |
the world's best turf miler and Australian bred five year-old Able Friend showed
again why he is such a star with a dominant victory in the Queen's Silver
Jubilee Cup HK Gr I at Sha Tin on Sunday.
|Smart Win for Kind Heart|
opening race at Randwick on Wednesday was won by nicely bred Shamardal (USA) filly
Kind Heart, a $160,000 Inglis Easter purchase for Astute Bloodstock from the
draft of Torryburn Stud.
|Ones to Watch - Hawkesbury|
pair of lightly raced well-bred fillies entered for the Group I ATC Australian
Oaks both cast off maiden status at Hawkesbury on Thursday for Team Hawkes.
|Ones to Watch – Rosehill|
Rosehill meeting on Wednesday produced a flurry of interesting winners with two
three year-old siblings to Group I classic type winners opening their account
in encouraging fashion.
|Another Feature Win for Superstar Aussie Miler|
bred five year-old Able Friend was magnificent when winning the Group I HK
International Mile before Christmas and again showed his dominance with a
resounding win in the Group I Stewards Cup at Sha Tin on Sunday.